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How can I replace a "/" with and"@" and a "(" with a "_" that resides in a pipe delimited text string?  I can do it individually, but not combined with the below

replace(split ({myfield},"!")[3], "/","@")
replace(split ({myfield},"!")[3], "(","_")

Thank you very much.
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Two ways

Local StringVar strOut;
strOut := replace(split ({myfield},"!")[3], "/","@") ;
strOut := replace(strOut,"(","_") ;

The other way

replace(replace(split ({myfield},"!")[3], "/","@"),"(","_")

mlmcc


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Great.  Thank you for the information.
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